Food Scoops: Usher Into Autumn At La Dame de Pic, Raffles Singapore | Lovely Blend Of Asian Flavours This Season

What’s Buzzing? The French fine-dining restaurant La Dame de Pic at Raffles Singapore by three-Michelin-starred French Chef Anne-Sophie Pic spots a new Autumn Menu specially curated by Chef de Cuisine Francesco Di Marzio. The new menu is a mix of the classic dishes, along with the seasonal Autumn creations. 

What To Expect? A seasonal 6-course Experience Menu (S$248++) and 7-course Elegance Menu (S$338++). 

For a start, the Scallop from Hokkaido, served as carpaccio glazed with mikan, tsukudani and Pike-perch roe with a mint and marigold lactic vinaigrette is lovely. 

Chef Anne-Sophie Pic’s signature Berlingots return in the form of these pasta parcels filled with French cheese fondue served with a leek dashi infused with green cardamom and matcha. It’s quite the marriage of French and Japanese flavours here, and oddly refreshing. 

If you go for the Elegance Menu like I did, one of the highlights for me is the The Blue Lobster from Brittany, cooked over coals and accompanied with sushi rice with sencha leaves and yuzu, and a crustacean bisque with genmaicha and Madras curry. You get a robust flavour of east and west denominated by Indian and Japanese elements. I enjoyed how curry is used subtly here in a French fine-dining concept. 

Another favourite for me is the Kagoshima Wagyu Beef, marinated with laksa leaf and cooked over coals, with a side of glazed baby eggplant, black sesame, black garlic, and lemon. 

For desserts, expect La Dame de Pic’s signature White Mille-feuille, comprising rose light cream, hibiscus jelly, spiked with a Tasmanian pepper emulsion. 

Alternatively, there is also the Tulakalum Chocolate, a green pepper panna cotta with complementary peppermint mousse and mint chocolate ice cream; or French Conference Pear and White Tea, featuring chestnut flower honey mousse and Reine de Reinettes apple tatin, accompanied by silver needle white tea ice cream. 

A curated assortment of fine cheeses (S$38++ per guest) from the artisanal trolley is also available. 

In terms of beverage pairing, diners will have the option to select a harmonious wine and sake pairing or refreshing non-alcoholic beverage pairing to accompany the autumn-inspired culinary menu, available for both lunch and dinner. 

This was an invited tasting, though all opinions expressed are our own.

Make your reservations instantly at La Dame de Pic here.

La Dame de Pic
Grand Lobby, Raffles Singapore
1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673
(Located at the Main Building, accessible via the main hotel entrance)
Tel: +65 6337 1886

Opening Hours
Lunch: Friday to Sunday: 12:00pm to 1:45pm (last seating)
Dinner: Wednesday to Saturday: 6:30pm to 8:45pm (last seating)
Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays
Open on Public Holidays

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